• Watching

    Waiting As Sam walked away I kept my eyes on the window of the room we’d been told Beth was in. We had no reason to think Lou was lying to us, especially as she wanted us to help Beth with what they both believed was coming. Beth, considering how close Lou said they were, would have told her cousin the truth, and yet I still didn’t trust her. Until she proved herself to us there was no reason for me to. Breathing in deeply my mind turned to Raina. It might have been easier for me to blame it on Sam, but in the end it was inevitable. Working…

  • Waiting

    Waking Up Jared watched the window. “We shouldn’t be doing this.” I shook my head. “We’ve been through this before, Jared. Beth is the one who called Lou to tell her Max was here in the first place. Lou and Jen would be here if they weren’t in the middle of something, and they aren’t going to be best pleased if you kill their cousin.” “She’s a necromancer, Sam. All necromancers are better off dead.” Sighing, I tried to think of a way to get through to him without bringing Raina’s name into things. The moment I did things would go from bad to worse. Even mentioning her would send…

  • Waking Up

    Alternate Beth Without opening my eyes I rolled to turn my phone alarm off. Instead of finding my phone in the place where it should have been my fingers hit a lamp. I lay still for a few seconds, my fingers on the lamp. It was real. I could feel it, even though I wished I couldn’t. The familiar sound of my alarm continued, as I accepted the fact it had happened to me, because I didn’t have any other option. Everyone heard stories about people who’d found themselves living out the storyline from one of their favourite books, becoming a part of one of the TV series they watched,…